Sanskrit is a fascinating and complex language, but it contains many features that bear a striking resemblance to Ancient Greek, Latin, Avestan, Tocharian, and many other ancient Indo-European languages.
How it is possible that Sanskrit is related with Greek and Latin?
how they are similar and different and when developed sanskrit? how introduced to which parts of Ind...
The discovery of Indo-European first started with a British judge named William Jones who was stationed in India in 1780. Jones, a bright fellow with classical training in Greek and Latin, had determined to master the ancient Sanskrit tongue.
The Sanskrit Connection: Keeping Up With the Joneses
This webpage is for Dr. Wheeler's students in history of the English Language. It includes information on William Jones, Sanskrit, and proto-Indo-European.